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Okay so I was doing a few tests today, because I just changed from CXL's to ACC's. I was shooting at 30 yards at a 3 inch circle piece of card board with a one inch bullseye. I was shooting good, well at least I think I was. I never missed the circle once, and I hit the bullseye 17 times out of 50 (is that not too bad?) But anyways... When I shoot a group, I shoot a horizontal line accross the target, but BARELY ever miss the bullseye to the left? I'm a righty... so does that mean I'm like pushing the shot when I release or something?
 

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Okay so I was doing a few tests today, because I just changed from CXL's to ACC's. I was shooting at 30 yards at a 3 inch circle piece of card board with a one inch bullseye. I was shooting good, well at least I think I was. I never missed the circle once, and I hit the bullseye 17 times out of 50 (is that not too bad?) But anyways... When I shoot a group, I shoot a horizontal line accross the target, but BARELY ever miss the bullseye to the left? I'm a righty... so does that mean I'm like pushing the shot when I release or something?
Does sound like a form problem, I find that I go right if I break down upon the shot with my bow arm (right handed). When I stiff arm it or push with my bow arm I usually go left. I also go left if I pull my back tension off from my face when I shoot. Could be that you have different form issues, but it does sound like form. ;)
 
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